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Ok I could not do it...

Saturday, September 03, 2011

I could not give up the chocolate...I posted Wednesday that I would be giving it up but by Friday I had some. Today as well I had a mini DQ blizzard with chocolate ice cream and reese's pb cups. I have been going over my calories too usually by less then 250 or so but all in all I need to pull it together. Its when I am with my family out having a celebration or eating out I find the most difficulty. But I really need to bite the bullet and get real. Ughhhhhh!

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  • NOMORESTALLING
    YOU KNOW YOUR WEAKNESSES THAT IS THE GOOD THING NOW YOU JUST NEED TO BE COMMITTED, AND CONSISTENT WITH IT. AND A WHOLE LOT OF STUBBORN DETERMINATION WOULDN'T HURT EITHER LOL

    YOU KNOW GIRL YOU CAN HAVE YOUR CHOCOLATE WITHIN REASON OF COURSE JUST AS LONG AS IT'S THE DARK CHOCOLATE WHICH IS HIGH IN ANTIOXIDANTS

    IF YOU BEHAVE ALL WEEK AND THEN ADD IT INTO YOUR "CHEAT" DAY THAT SEVENTH DAY YOU'RE FINE.

    I LIVE AT THE LOWER OF MY CALORIES FATS CARBS AND PROTEINS 6 DAYS A WEEK AND THEN ON SUNDAY ALLOW MYSELF THE HIGHER END BUT NOT OVER AND IF THAT INCLUDES MY DARK CHOCOLATE FRUIT AND NUT BAR THEN IT INCLUDES MY DARK CHOCOLATE FRUIT AND NUT BAR
    1853 days ago
  • TEMPEREDSTEEL
    Keep on working at, you will get there. Just make small changes, try cutting down on the serving size, if you are having trouble quitting cold turkey. The important thing is not to let your set backs get the best of you. Just get back up and try again.

    Remember you don't have to give up everything, a treat once in awhile isn't going to hurt you. It's when you have to much, especially if you aren't including exercise to your journey.
    1853 days ago
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